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Things We Saw Today: Let’s Fall Asleep in this Star Wars Landspeeder Bed

Rooms To Go has a whole line of Star Wars furniture, including this landspeeder bed ($900), a Millennium Falcon bed, an X-Wing double bed ($1200), and a TIE Fighter desk ($400). They're pricey pieces of furniture, but where else are you going to find a bed that hovers in space? You could build it yourself, I suppose... send us pics, if you do.
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